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" I can see is to be found in the small moderate party who may step in perhaps before all is lost, to save their country from impending ruin. Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found... "
A Life of Benito Juarez: Constitutional President of Mexico - Page 144
by Ulick Ralph Burke - 1894 - 384 pages
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1868
...Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note ia to be found in the ranks of either party. Contending...struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge, and in the meantime the country sinks lower and lower, whilst...
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The Present Condition of Mexico: Message from the President of the United ...

United States. Dept. of State - Mexico - 1862 - 434 pages
...impending ruin. Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either...struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge, and in the meantime the country sinks lower and lower, whilst...
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Correspondence Relative to the Present Condition of Mexico ...

United States. Dept. of State - History - 1862
...impending ruin. Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either party. Contending factious struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge,...
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Annual Register, Volume 103

Edmund Burke - History - 1862
...impending ruin. Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either party. Con tending factions struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or...
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The National Review, Volume 17

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1863
...independent. . . . Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to he unknown, and not one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either...struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge ; and in the mean time the country sinks lower and lower, while...
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The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The National review

National review - 1863
...independent. . . . Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and not one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either...struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge ; and in the mean time the country sinks lower and lower, while...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1868
...common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in tho ranks of either party. Contending factions struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge, and in the meantime the country sinks lower and lower, whilst...
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Conversations with distinguished persons during the Second empire ..., Volume 2

Nassau William Senior - France - 1880
...like result ' Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either...struggle for the possession of power, only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge ; and in the meantime the country sinks lower and lower, whilst...
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Diaz: Master of Mexico

James Creelman - Presidents - 1911 - 441 pages
...attacks of robbers and assassins, who swarm on the high roads and in the streets of the capital. . . . Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term,...sinks lower and lower, whilst its population becomes brutalized and degraded to an extent frightful to contemplate." A comparison of this situation with...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1868
...impending ruin. Patriotism, in the common acceptation of the term, appears to be unknown, and no one man of any note is to be found in the ranks of either...struggle for the possession of power only to gratify either their cupidity or their revenge, and in the meantime the country sinks lower and lower, whilst...
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